Trav S.D. and the Civil War at Dixon Place

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Trav S.D. and Mountebanks present 

Fragments of  a House Divided

Tuesday, April 21 at 7:30pm

at Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street, NYC

April, 2015 marks the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War. To observe the occasion Trav S.D. will be presenting sections of his Civil War circus comedy A House Divided, written as companion piece to Kitsch (presented at Theater for the New City in 2009.) This unique variety presentation features clown bits, a “magic lantern slide show”, live music, farcical scenes from the play and circus and sideshow turns. In the cast:

Trav SD as circus showman Romulus Leguerre and his twin brother Remus, a committed Quaker!

Carolyn Raship (Illustrated Slides)

Dandy Darkly as your Gentleman Narrator!

Lewd Alfred Douglas as Castor and Pollux, two dashing and romantical young lads!

Jeff Seal performing a pantomime, twill make you laff til your sides ache!

Jenny Lee Mitchell as the divine Miss Greensleeves, love object and soprano

Jennifer Harder, blowing her bugle and essaying multiple parts!

Justin R. G. Holcomb as Major Anderson

Robert Pinnock as the deformed creature “Murk”

et al

with the haunting cello of Becca Bernard!

sideshow stunts by Cardone

and introducing..Góthic Hangman as “Abraham Lincoln”!

PLUS! “Belle of the South” — the entire missing Civil War section which was cut from our recent show Horseplay, or the Fickle Mistress

Stage Manager: Sarah Lahue

A House Divided was written on a MacDowell Fellowship.

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